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FREE Parvo Combination Vaccination

December 3rd, 2012 at Mon, 3rd, 2012 at 5:28 pm by Diane Rich

For Immediate Release         

            

Homeward Pet Adoption Center
Thank you, Homeward Pet

Limited Time Offer – While Supplies Last!

Woodinville, Wash— With the recent media reports indicating that veterinarians in King County have noted an alarming number of parvovirus cases in King County, Homeward Pet would like to help keep family dogs safe by providing FREE Parvo Combination Vaccines to any dogs in need.

CONTACT:    Terri Inglis, Executive Director, 425-488-4444 (ex. 405),
terri@homewardpet.org

RE:                  Homeward Pet Adoption Center FREE Parvo Combination Vaccine

LOCATION:   Homeward Pet
13132 NE 177th Place
Woodinville, WA 98072

DATE:            Thursday, December 6th, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Homeward Pet Adoption Center wants our community’s pets to have the best protection possible with a current vaccination – this combination vaccine protects against the parvovirus and distemper.  Having up-to-date vaccinations will help give dogs a fighting chance against the deadly parvovirus, if they are ever exposed.  If your dog is due or has never received their vaccination, bring your dog to Homeward Pet this Thursday to receive a FREE vaccination.  No appointment necessary,

Homeward Pet Adoption Center is a non-profit, no-kill shelter serving the Greater Seattle area since 1990. We give homeless animals a second chance and have matched over 21,000 companion animals with loving, safe, forever families. 40% of the animals at Homeward Pet are surrendered by their former owners; the other 60% are rescued from area shelters, many of which euthanize. While the animals in our shelter wait to be adopted, over 300 volunteers make sure their basic needs are met and give them plenty of love and attention. For some of our animals, that is more than they have ever known.

Woof,
Diane
Diane Rich Dog Training, LLC
www.spokesdog.com
askdiane@spokesdog.com
www.twitter.com/spokesdog

I have been training dogs and their people for over 25 years. I work with pups from 7 weeks old to senior plus dogs and offer basic obedience to advanced off leash training both privately and group classes. Other services include behavior consultations to help both ends of the leash with everything from aggression, puppy/dog manners and public manners to separation anxiety. As a "real world" dog trainer, I take training out of the classroom or home when both the pet and family are ready, and take training to the street. I also offer pet therapy training classes preparing both the handler and dog for their therapy test and future service as a therapy team. I also coordinate several pet therapy programs in the Seattle area. My complete bio, description of services, class dates and on line class registration is listed on my website at www.spokesdog.com.

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